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We’re less than two weeks away from the Season 21 opener of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, but before we can put on our dancing shoes and hit the stage floor, we need to know what celebrities are going to be up for elimination this year. And here they are.
Today we learned some interesting news related to the new episodes. While it has been rumored for months that the Greyjoy family would play a bigger part in Season 6 of Game of Thrones, today outlets are reporting that famed pirate Euron Greyjoy has been cast.
Even though there are currently no plans for Supergirl to cross over with Arrow and The Flash, the upcoming CBS series isn’t leaving the Girl of Steel in a world without other DC superheroes. Now we know who will be playing Red Tornado in the series, though there is, of course, a twist.
There are a lot of heroes that emerge during fires. People save pets, family members and other peoples family members all the time. But what we are going to talk about today is not the saving of humans or pets, but rather, a man who saved what is most precious to him: his BBQ. You gotta see it to believe it.
In the past few months, the relationship between Donald Trump and NBC has been strained, to say the least, but it’s not a rift that will remain rocky forever, as Trump will return to the network later this month as a guest on The Tonight Show.
Saturday Night Live just added a brand new cast member to the lineup this week, and with the addition of newbie comedian Jon Rudnitsky, the cast for the 2015-2016 season has been cemented.
Syfy has gone through a creative resurgence in the past couple of years, and it’s only getting better as time goes by. Two of the network’s newest shows, the action-packed Killjoys and Dark Matter, quickly became fan favorites, and they're both getting second seasons.
Before cable, viewers got to watch the battle of the Big 3 networks, and that same kind of thing is happening in the streaming world between Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. Now, Amazon is introducing a fairly revolutionary concept to separate itself from the pack.
We haven’t seen much footage from the new episodes, but recently CBS put out some images that are totally Aisha Tyler-centric. If you’d like to see what she will look like on the show, we have a big close up and much, much more from the premiere episode.
Last month, Pawn Stars’ production company Leftfield Pictures dropped a hefty $4.5 million lawsuit against Fox News Network for halting production and payment on a reality series. Now, FNN has opened some increasingly weird floodgates with a counterclaim against Leftfield, charging the company with fraud.
Joffrey is one of the biggest villains to ever appear on Game of Thrones. Now, a new viral video has taken the villainous character and, through the power of editing, has turned Joffrey into a sympathetic character. You won’t believe it until you see it, so check it out.
As one of the biggest and most popular tech manufacturers on the planet, Apple has always been in a unique position for not only being able to afford to make its own original programming, but also having the devices and the interfaces to deliver it to consumers. And yet it has seemingly been doing nothing about it…until now
This week, we learned that one of the series in the works, Coach, has gotten canceled by the network. Even though it was given a straight-to-series order several months ago, we will no longer be getting new episodes of Coach.
Despite Under the Dome being a pretty huge summer success for CBS over the past few years, the network has decided that it’s been cooped up underneath that structure for long enough, and the execs are ending the show after this season.
Instead of bringing in a slew of actors, singers sports figures and the occasional political figure, to round things out, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert wants to do something a bit more unusual with the late night lineup.